Intellectual Property Law and Policy Graduate Program (LL.M.)
The Intellectual Property Law & Policy Graduate Program provides students with
intensive education and training focused on emerging intellectual property legal
issues relating to technological innovation in all fields. Students who study in
the IP LL.M. program at the UW benefit from the location, the curriculum, the
faculty and the unique student experience.
A Message from Robert Gomulkiewicz, Director, IP Law and Policy LL.M. program
Intellectual property law is no longer
just for patent specialists. In today's world, intellectual property law touches
everything from stem cell lines, medicine and electronic toothbrushes to
garments, card games and footballs (both kinds).
The University of Washington School of Law is located in one of the premier
IP-producing regions in the world. Scientists, computer programmers, aerospace
engineers, medical researchers, singers and writers--they are all here,
developing things that they hope will change the world.
UW is right in the mix, providing leadership to encourage innovation. We invite
you to study IP law and policy at UW--there is no better time or place!
"The opportunity to study developments in the technology field while living in
Seattle is unparalleled.
I had the amazing experience of working at Amazon.com
while completing my LL.M. coursework,
which meant that I was directly able to
apply the skills that I learned."
- Jessica G. Kennedy Class of 2010